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Well, obviously it's a Euro.

Johann,
Is this a 1987-1989 vintage 930? If it is, it's going to have an oil cooler in the passenger side air vent if it's a 930S. The '81-'86 Special Wishes cars may or may not have the huge 911 RSR oil mounted in the front valence.
Yes, obviously Euro,
However, the car pictured is not a 930S. Regardless of year, it would not have a rear vent mounted cooler as it is not a 930S .

The 930S was a slant nosed car, the 1/4 panel vent mounted cooler was unique to that vehicle. The design came about because use of the flat top fenders required relocation of the cooler. For what ever reason, Porsche opted not to use the huge front cooler in the valence n the 930S

You are correct in that Special Wishes cars may or may not have the huge 911 RSR oil mounted in the front valence... be it turbo fendered or slant.
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Those one are stock turbo SE on mine.........they are welded inside the rear fenders (wings)........




And a little bit modified.....

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Yep, it definitely looks nice but it is a monster regarding power, and rare too. It's for sales now, not mine.
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So as everybody says, that could proof that it was a factory option?

I'll try to hang the link to the post, its in french and I'll translate it you.

be patient and I'll tell you more.

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Bonjour à Tous et à toutes.
Cause passage course VHC sur 2L2T année 1970, vends Porsche 911 turbo, type 930, rouge indien, parfait état, 100 % origine, 1986, option 935 ou S monté chez Porsche, 3eme main, 119654 kms, carnet, entretien pro.
Elle est en parfait état.
J’ai l’historique de la voiture, le carnet avec les tampons Porsche.
Elle a eu une très grosse révision moteur a 100 000 kms faite par le précèdent propriétaire.
Révision moteur, soupape, changement du turbo, etc.
J’ai continué l’entretien et tient à disposition toutes les factures et un dossier complet que je tiens au fur et à mesure de mes interventions.
Elle a été entretenue par RS Motorsport à Anould dans les Vosges.
J’ai fait changé les synchro de la boite à 110000, vérification embrayage, révision complète.
Ensuite à 114 000 changement des roulements AV/AR, amortisseur AV/AR, jambe de force, frein, plaquette, durite aviation etc.
Réglage et contrôle de l’assiette et du carrossage complet par spécialiste.
Suite au contrôle j’ai changé les roulements de la colonne de direction et tous les biellettes des roues car il y avait un léger jeu dans la colonne de direction.
Les pneus sont pratiquement neufs, la batterie également.
Elle dort dans un garage sous housse.
Elle ne sort jamais par temps de neige ou sur route salée.
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So as everybody says, that could proof that it was a factory option?

I'll try to hang the link to the post, its in french and I'll translate it you.

be patient and I'll tell you more.

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That's the ifos from the owner......I'll try to take time to morrow for some translation......he's selling the car because his new project is...."VHC avec une 2L2 T de 1970"

He said:

"Elle est en parfait état et a été très bien entretenue.

Elle est 100 % origine.

L’option 935 a été montée par Porsche.

C’est une 3eme main.

J’ai l’historique de la voiture, les noms des précédents propriétaires Italiens.

J’ai aussi le carnet d’entretien avec les tampons Porsche.

Elle a eu une très grosse révision moteur a 100 000 Kms faite par le précèdent propriétaire.

Révision moteur, soupape, changement du turbo, etc.

J’ai continué l’entretien et tient à disposition toutes les factures.

J’ai également un historique et dossier complet des interventions, achats, expertise, etc.

Tout est répertoriés sur fichier Excel.

Elle a été entretenue par RS Motorsport à Anould dans les vosges.

J’ai fait changé les synchro de la boite à 110000, vérification embrayage, révision complète.

Ensuite à 114 000 j’ai fait le montage neuf et le changement des roulements AV/AR, amortisseur AV/AR, jambe de force,

frein, plaquette, pneus, durite aviation.

Réglage de l’assiette et du carrossage complet par spécialiste.

Suite au contrôle technique en 2006, j’ai changé les roulements de la colonne de direction et tous les biellettes des

roues car il y avait un léger jeu dans la colonne de direction.

Les pneus sont pratiquement neufs, la batterie également.

Elle dort dans un garage sous housse, garage chauffé.

Elle ne sort jamais par temps de neige ou sur route salée.

Je ne lui « tire » pas dessus avant qu’elle soit montée en température.

J’ai également un stock complet de pièce de rechange au cas ou.

Me consacrant au VHC avec une 2L2 T de 1970, qui aussi dans le même garage, j’ai décidé de m’en séparer car je

voudrais monter un pont pour faire l’entretien et les modifs nécessaire à ce hobbys.

Je ne la vends pas pour une question d’argent. "
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This is a quick translation by google!!

Hello All and all.
Cause passage race on HCV 2L2T years 1970, sell Porsche 911 turbo, type 930, Indian red, perfect condition, 100% Original, 1986, option or S 935 mounted at Porsche, 3rd main, 119654 kms, notebook, maintenance pro.
It is in perfect condition.
I have the history of the car, pad with the buffer Porsche.
She had a very large revision 100000 kms engine made by the previous owner.
Revised engine valve, turbo change, and so on.
I continued maintenance and has available all invoices and a complete dossier that I would like as my speeches.
It was managed by RS Motorsport to Anould in the Vosges.
I have changed the sync of the box 110000, checking clutch, complete overhaul.
Then change to 114000 bearings AV / AR, shock AV / AR, leg, brake pad, hose aviation.
Setup and control of the base and the camber complete by the specialist.
Following the control I changed the bearings of the steering column and all rods wheels because there was a slight play in the steering column.
The tires are practically new, the battery also.
She sleeps in a garage under cover.
It never goes out of snow or road salt.
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Bonjour 935Turbo,

tu connaie le propietaire o la voiture?

plus de reseignements?

merci

Johann

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Hi 935Turbo,

do you know the owner or the car?

do you have more information on it?

regards

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Bonjour 935Turbo,

tu connaie le propietaire o la voiture?

plus de reseignements?

merci

Johann

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Hi 935Turbo,

do you know the owner or the car?

do you have more information on it?

regards

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Buenos dias Séñor Johann,

I don't personnaly know the seller, but there's a French member in our club (www.club911.net) who met him because another one was interested...the car is in a very good condition.......I'm just laughing a little bit for the "935 option"....considering my car.....

Here is the link...... http://www.club911.net/forum/viewthread.php?tid=67392

Have a good day all......
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Heres a picture of my non original slant if this helps at all- It was done by a company in NY that used to specialize in these conversions. I only had single exhaust tips and no oil cooler. The Veins seem to be thinner than the real thing, but overall the conversion is pretty nice- Steel front fenders.
The car in question looks like it was converted and then converted back from slant-nose as many people do not like them.
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WHAT DO YOU MEAN...................................
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930gt-40r: That's a good looking slant, love the color. I had one that was close in color..Meteor Grey. Turbo being un-moth balled is Petrol Blue, also a slant. You're right, some people love them and others hate them... for me, I was smitten with the first one I saw!

As far as the vents, some owners ordered them along with boxed rockers on thier Turbos when new.. (without the slantnose fenders. Others had vents installed aftermarket. In my opinion it looks good, as long as the work was performed to standard.

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935TURBO- isnt that how you say it in French... "S^!t head?.... either way Im just playin with you. Or is that spanish for *****?

Onboost- I love the color of my car and I kinda like the slantnose. Im considering getting a set of origonal fenders for the car. However- I always used to like the slant nose better when I was younger- I dont know- I think in my old age I have come to appreciate the stock turbo body better.

But I aint crying about my car, Thank you for the compliment.
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Specifications on EURO 930S

Toulk a while to det around to it but here it is:
In french however !
I'll translate quickly

Sonauto est à l'origine de cette série (très) limitée peu connue qui est constituée des 10 derniers exemplaires de 911 Turbo livrés en France sur l'ancienne caisse (la 964 allait prendre la suite...).

La 911 Turbo 3,3 de base reçoit pour la circonstance un équipement très complet ainsi qu'une préparation moteur d'usine.



Equipements extérieurs supplémentaires:

Couleur unique: noir mat verni (!),
spoiler avant spécifique avec radiateur d'huile et anti-brouillards intégrés,
quatre sorties d'échappement,
pas de logo sur capot moteur,
châssis sport (avec caisse abaissée de 38mm (AV) et de 27mm (AR)),
élargisseurs de voie de 35mm à l'arrière.

Equipements intérieurs supplémentaires:

intérieur tout cuir noir,
sièges type 959 en cuir avec bandes ton de gris,
plaque numérotée sur boîte à gant,
console centrale avec autoradio (cache électrique), indicateur de température extérieure, voltmètre, lecteur laser..),
toit ouvrant.

Motorisation:

moteur avec préparation usine: 3299 cm3 - 330ch (au lieu de 300) - BVM 5.

Tarif :

911 Turbo S "Sonauto": 870 000 FF,
911 Turbo série: 614 700 FF (septembre 8.

Sources:

revue "Flat Six" n°45 du 11/94,
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limited edition on last 10 turbo's delivered to france
based on importer-specification changes but all performed by factory.

all matt-black finshing, black interior , specific seats type 959, 4 exhaust outlets, engine preparation to 330hp
no badge on hood
sports chassis (I tought we all had that one already )
integrated radio and numbered plate on dashboard


don't know if it helps you but that's what I found from flat 6 magzine (french well known porshe magazine)

hope it helps..
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so at the end, what are your opinions?

its factory made, its original, customized, etc....

worth buying or better an original one?

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From your pictures, we can't tell if its original or custom...

The badge on the decklid is incorrect for the car.. it's a Turbo, that's it....

The car appear to have nothing on it that came from Ruf...

If it's a nice car, checks out well, the price is right for you and you like it... buy-it and enjoy!!!

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